Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 38 avhandlingar innehållade ordet Modularization.
Sammanfattning : Modularization is becoming very common among many companies in different industries. Present literature on modularization focuses on its benefits. There are few illustrations of how a modularization actually should be accomplished, and of which managerial issues modularization brings to the company. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Road transports face increasing societal challenges with respect to emissions, safety, and traffic congestion, as well as business challenges. Truck automation, e.g. self-driving trucks may be utilized to address some of these issues. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The product modularization concept has developed in different directions, since its breakthrough in the nineties. This being mainly a means to structure and divide a product into manageable units, attributes such as ‘customization tool’, ‘product development organizer’ and ‘sustainable upgrader’ characterizes the concept’s scope. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Product modularization and product platforms constitute two major approaches to product architecture management. These concepts are applied to enable firms to cost-efficientlyprovide a high degree of product variety and to achieve a high level of strategic flexibility. LÄS MER
5. Dynamics of corporate strategy from a value chain perspective : A study of the Swedish telecom and construction industries during the 90’s
Sammanfattning : Changes in sectors and industries have brought new challenges to corporations as well as been important driving forces for the dynamics in strategy at the corporate level. With the dramatic developments of the 1990’s in mind, such as multilateral free-trade agreements, liberalization, privatization, sharp industry growth/decline, increased competition and globalization, in particular within the telecom and the construction industry, this study contributes to describing and understanding strategic change at the corporate level as well as changes in the division of work within value chains. LÄS MER